Sunday, June 10, 2012

Mastering Multiplication….It Really Does Matter!


I’m working on getting ready to share and post an item that I created several years ago, but before I do, I’d like to know if it is really something that my fans and followers would be interested in.

Please take a look at this sample page and share your thoughts and comments….
When completed, this set will include the following:
-a page of 2s
-a page of 3s
-a 2s and 3s review page
-a page of 4s
-a page of 5’s
-a 4s and 5s review page
-a page of 6s
-a page of 7s
-a 6s and 7s review page
-a page of 8s
-a page of 9s
-a page of 10s
-a page of 11s
-a page of 12s
-a 10s, 11s, and 12s review page

STAY TUNED, BECAUSE, AS USUAL....ONCE THIS ITEM IS POSTED TO TPT, I WILL LET YOU KNOW HOW TO GET IT FREE!! 


13 comments:

  1. This is wonderful! I will be a first year 4th grade teacher this upcoming year and I know that my kids will really be able to benefit from this. :)

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    1. Same here, Ms. Yoshida. I look forward to using them!

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  2. Well, they are hard to see - but I know that I could use anything to help those students who have not yet mastered their facts.

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  3. I'm always looking for new resources, but this one is too fuzzy for specific feedback.

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  4. It is a little hard to see, but I am a third grade teacher and it looks good to me. Anything that will help my students learn the facts will be greatly appreciated. I can not believe the parents will not help them at home and the excuses I get, but it is so common!

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  5. Thanks for the feedback...the actual pages are 8 1/2 x 11, but I was trying to give an idea/overview of the two pages and a review page. I'll add the 2's page for you to check out.

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  6. I think these would be AWESOME! Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication.

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  7. Thanks so much for offering to share these pages- they look great!
    Returning to 4th grade after many years in primary- so I could use these resources for sure!

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  8. This looks awesome. I've taught 4th grade several years and it seems with every new year of kids, there are still quite a few that don't know their tables. I could really use these to help out those kiddos!!

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  9. This looks great! Times tables is seriously the most important thing for students to master in math or else EVERYTHING else is harder. I will be looking into incorporating this into my math time.

    I am your newest follower, thanks for the add! I love finding 4th grade bloggers on here!


    Fancy Free in Fourth

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  10. This looks like exactly what I've been searching for! Any word on when it will be available? I love your blog! Aimee

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  11. Please post this! I can;t wait to get my hands on it!

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